i want 2 send xml file from Sql 2005 database to sms service provider so that, my message can delivered to end user.
so how can i do that.....
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I'm having an issue with a customized workflow when I send an email with an attachment. I am using the "send email with http file attachment" that I have downloaded from CodePlex. Unfortunately all attachments that come through are full of garbage. This includes
.jpg, .pdf, and .txt. From what I can tell with the .txt file is that its contents has been replaced with what appears to be the html of the list page. Both the .jpg and .pdf fail to open complaining about corrupt documents. All documents can be opened fine
from within sharepoint.
Can anyone of you guide me in this regard, as rest of my workflow logic is working fine but this attachment issue is ruining the end result.
I am not able to read xml file with XDocument if its Descendants has Attribute xmlns="http://abc.co I am not able to read xml file with XDocument if its Descendants has Attribute like:-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?><root> <row ID="1" xmlns="http://www.opentravela.org/OTA/2003/05"> <var country_name="Caribbean and Rest of the world" city_name="Kingston" flight_category="Economy Class" via="Atlanta" flight_departure="London Heathrow" airline_logo="Delta" adult_fare="Delta" child_fare="660" infant_fare="561" date1="132" date2="2010-08-15" /> </row></root>I don't know what to do ? Looking for some help..
I am not able to read xml file with XDocument if its Descendants has Attribute like:-
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?><root> <row ID="1" xmlns="http://www.opentravela.org/OTA/2003/05"> <var country_name="Caribbean and Rest of the world" city_name="Kingston" flight_category="Economy Class" via="Atlanta" flight_departure="London Heathrow" airline_logo="Delta" adult_fare="Delta" child_fare="660" infant_fare="561" date1="132" date2="2010-08-15" /> </row>
I don't know what to do ?
Looking for some help..
When creating a distributed system you frequently need to provide for communication between two entities that are not in sync. Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) provides the kind of store-and-forward messaging in a pre-built infrastructure that can help you address these kinds of messaging needs. In the past, MSMQ was accessed using a COM wrapper. Now there's a .NET wrapper that lets you accomplish your messaging goals easily from your Framework-based code. To illustrate the use of the wrapper, the author builds a messaging application, sends MSMQ messages over the Web, and discusses messaging security.
David S. Platt
MSDN Magazine December 2003
The MIME-compliant content type, called multipart/form-data, makes writing HTML that uploads files almost trivial. On the server side though, ASP does not have a way to access data in the multipart/form-data format. The most flexible way to access the uploaded file is through a C++ ISAPI Extension DLL. This article describes a reusable ISAPI extension DLL that allows you to upload images and files without writing C++ code. It is coupled with a few COM components that make it readily reusable for ASP development. With .NET, this whole process is much easier, and this article shows preliminary code that uploads files using ASP.NET features.
MSDN Magazine October 2001
All versions of Windows 2000 have fax services built in, so sending faxes manually is as easy as setting fax options from the control panel. Faxes can also be sent programmatically in Windows 2000 using either COM Automation or the standard C API. The example in this article uses COM Automation with Visual Basic and MFC to programmatically manage faxing. The objects used for fax transmission, such as the FaxServer and FaxDoc objects, as well as their properties and methods, are explained. Because faxing of files you can't print can be problematic, this process is explained. Finally, this article implements a fax routing extension-a plug-in that exports standard functions and implements routing methods for processing received faxes.
MSDN Magazine August 2001
Hi folks, I would appreciate any help or guidance on this topic:
How can I receive binary data (specifically an ogg audio file) using a WCF4 service?
The general idea is to define and host a WCF service inside IIS that returns an audio file (ogg file)
I have read some info related with using ByteStreamMessageEncodingBindingElement class to achieve this, also I read some topic related on using MTOM to attach a binary file. It seems that it can be several ways or approaches to achieve this.
So any guidance on the themes and/or examples for the better way to solve this point would be very appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I am trying to send the large file (approx 1.5GB) to the WCF service for upload using basic http streaming.
I have increased all the timeouts and quotas in the server and client's config files to quite large values, but still I am getting Bad Request error on the client.
Also the Bad request message is returned always in 1 minute 30 seconds after sending the request to server.
What the most unusual thing is when I use Fiddler or Charles to debug communication, everything works fine. Is it something like fiddler is pinging the IIS or service and hence its not getting timeouted or like that?
Following are the details:
<serviceHostingEnvironment aspNetCompatibilityEnabled="true" />
I want to write a program that keeps looking out for a file in a folder. That file will be dropped in at a particular time. If no file is recieved at that time, I will have to send out an email saying no file is recieved. How can I do this?
I have to write a program/service which keeps monitoring a particular folder in Windows. If I don't recieve a file within a specified amount of time in that folder,I have to send an email saying file hasn't been recieved.
How can I do this?
I want to have an upload functionality for uploading large files -- as large as 1GB. I see some sites successfully implementing reliable upload functionality without using any upload clients e.g. ActiveX, Java, etc.
Can anyone offer me advice on how to handle this? Some suggest, the secret is sending the large file in smaller and more manageable chunks to the server. If that't the case how do I handle that?
My company works out of a SharePoint doc library to process orders. Sometimes the orders need to be sent to another department. The other departments need the files emailed to them. I only have access to SPD-07 - I would like to create a
workflow something like: If department = techservices, email file to
firstname.lastname@example.org then delete the item.
Is this possible?
The other departments have SharePoint sites, but they are not in other sites (they are top level sites in the root as our dept is). I had thought if i could copy and move, but this is not an option unless it is in the same site.
Any help much appreciated!